CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Delhaize Group, Brussels, said last week it expects to realize operating efficiencies of $70 million annually as a result of the simplified corporate structure the company's U.S. shareholders approved in April. At a meeting with equity analysts here, Pierre-Olivier Beckers, chief executive officer, said, "Through the creation of one unified capital structure, we have the right vehicle in place, giving us a lot of leverage." Also at the meeting, Rick Anicetti, executive ...

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